Gareth Langley and Mike Ratu remain sidelined for Rochdale Hornets as they prepare to face Featherstone Rovers in Sunday’s Kingstone Press Championship clash.
Sean Casey missed out on selection last week, but could come into contention following the Hornets’ 48-6 defeat against Keighley Cougars.
Rovers have amassed 25 more league points than their hosts this year, but coach Andy Hay insists his side will not suffer from complacency.
Hay said: “We’ll turn up against Rochdale knowing we’ll be in for a tough game.
“They’ve been a very tough team over the last few weeks, and they’ve run Leigh close a couple of times.
“We’ll prepare well and take our focus onto the field and just do what we can do.”
Jarrod Sammut looks set to continue at full-back after impressing last week, while Hay has no new injury concerns following a 56-18 victory over North Wales Crusaders.